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LPERKINS75
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Ok, here I go again...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

I've been absent for a while. Been busy going to school and working on our HOUSE! Yayyyyy.... :)

So excited about being in our own home. It's a fresh beginning for us in so many aspects of our lives.

I finally feel ready to tackle my sugary snack addiction. I had it under control, but then started living with people who loved sugar snacks. Combine food pushers with my poor self-control and I end up where I am now: overweight and unhealthy.

BUT as of today I'm on day 3 of really paying attention to my sugary snack eating habit. Day 1 and Day 2, I did eat some cookies (Oreos) with milk. Today? No sugary snacks.

I can do this. I so can kick this habit. I can get MY life back under control. I have no more excuses, because I am now the only one doing the grocery shopping. I can go back to having control over what food I bring into my home.

(phew)
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  • IUHRYTR
    emoticon back. Missed you. Sugar is a hard addiction to overcome so I haven't given it up. What I do is occasionally have one cookie with a half a sandwich. That gives me a taste and keeps me from craving sweets and then overdoing it. But even this method takes willpower but now, after so long, one is all I want, and not with every meal. Hoping you find something that works for you. -- Lou
    1567 days ago
  • BEFITSPIRITED
    Nice to see you back and congrats on your new home! As for you tackling this sugar thing... emoticon
    1567 days ago
  • SNUZSUZ
    Congratulations on your new house and glad you are back! emoticon on those sugary snacks!
    1567 days ago
  • LITTLEBO
    OMG!!! YIPPIE! YIPPIE! YIPPIE! Glad you're back.....sugary snack addiction and all...
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    1567 days ago
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